Upload a video to an activity

When you upload a video to an activity, Ruzuku will host that video for you. We'll also automatically convert your video into a Web- and mobile-optimized format for your students to view.

By default, Ruzuku transcodes all video files that are uploaded into SD quality. High-definition (HD) video is video of higher resolution and quality than standard-definition (SD). Since Ruzuku transcodes all videos to SD, there may be some loss in quality and resolution if you are uploading a HD quality video. Ruzuku only supports SD quality video at this time.

Note that each video file must be no larger than 2,000 MB (2 GB).

Please name your video file as simply as possible to ensure the best transcoding (all lower case, no spaces, punctuation or special characters).

How to Upload a Video to Your Course

  1. Go the the "My Courses" page.
  2. Click on "Manage Course."
  3. In the drop-down menu, click on "Lessons."  

  4. Click the name of the specific activity to which you want to add a video. 
  5. Click on the "Upload" link under the activity title. 
  6. Select an option from the upload dialog window. To choose a file from your computer, you can drag and drop the file or click "Choose file". You also have the option to upload a video from Google Drive, Instagram, Flickr, Facebook, a url link, or your mobile device.

  7. If you selected "Choose file", then simply select a video file from your computer to upload and click "Open." The supported video types for the video player are MP4, MOV, AVI, OGG, or WEBM.

    Note: While an MOV and AVI file will upload, it will be converted to an MP4 to meet the html <video> tag requirements.

    Tip: Your video file must be no larger than 2,000 MB (2 GB).
  8. Once your video has finished uploading, click "Save" in the upper right-hand corner of your screen.

    : Your video upload may take a few minutes, depending on the file size and your internet connection

Tip: To preview your activity, click the "Save & View" button in the upper right-hand corner of your screen.

Still need help? Contact Us Contact Us